Pakistan and Japan to Enhance Cooperation in Information & Technology

Pakistan and Japan to Enhance Cooperation in Information & Technology in 2022

Japan and Pakistan have agreed to work together more in the field of information technology.

This week, the Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan, Mitsuhiro WADA, met with the Minister of IT and Telecommunication, Syed Amin Ul Haque, in Pakistan. Senior officials from the Ministry of IT were also at the meeting, as were other people.

Meeting: The two sides agreed to work more together in the field of information technology.

Syed Amin Ul Haque, the Federal Minister for IT, told the Ambassador of Japan that Pakistan is very proud of its relationship with Japan. He said that it is very important for the two countries to work together more in the field of IT and telecommunications.

People who work in IT can help Japan, Syed Amin Ul Haque said. Japanese IT companies can hire Pakistani IT experts, he said, adding that they can.

Amin Ul Haque said that the Ministry of IT and Telecom would do everything it could to help Japanese businesses. It was told by the Ambassador of Japan that Pakistani youth can be good for Japan, and that Pakistani IT experts can help Japan. He also praised the steps taken by the Ministry of IT & Telecom to help the IT and telecom sectors grow and become better.

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